no probs LH, and thanks for sharing
do let us know if they already tested your b12. i can't imagine someone dx-ing ms without doing that. same thing for the liver enzyme testing. i would be very surprised if a doc did not order liver enzyme tests when prescribing meds that have a reputation for liver damage.
i agree with dim re: d3 and uric acid.
please do consider the zinc also, because of it being consistently low in ms patients too. i can't confirm yet but research supports that normalizing my zinc might also have pushed my uric acid higher, up out of the ms range a bit. i also think that since zinc fights inflammation, that it could help manage some of the elevated ferritin issues.
iron is good to know, but a bit of a toughie to assess results when you are suffering from chronic inflammation. i know serum ferritin is artificially elevated by chronic inflammation, so it's not a reliable test on its own in MS. dim can you clarify how the other iron tests can reveal underlying iron deficiency (or adequacy) in spite of high ferritin due to inflammation? (i know this normally but i haven't woken up properly yet!)
anyway, you can watch your ferritin over time and see if it normalizes with efforts to clear up inflammation.
dim i should get organized to do the regular zinc testing - once my doc is back from her leave. i really do want to compare it to ferritin and uric acid. my iron has always been borderline or outright deficient, right up until i stopped being a vegan. last trip it was low-normal, my highest ever. maybe i'll call the doc and see if i can get an idea when she'd be coming back.